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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 December 1909

Bsf iNim m VaaeTYm 2T Brand Whhxock, ,M illustrations - Bmlf copyright I,? by BOBaj-rirpwu co. "SFx&pi MwjlY f l( SYNOPSIS. Sonnlm Morley Vermin's visit with his J?"' ..wm Interrupted by call from nis txiiiii.ni boss at the itate capital Hoth rear, tt.-ii it. the uhi more than he, tv-.-nn.se the had arranged to utten.1 n ainner thai svanlng with him. she aald sin- yearned for n national olUce for him. un Vernon's d. sk In the senat he found a r.-.i roae, accompanied bj plea fur suffrage for women lie met tho au thoress, pretty Mtai Maria Greene of Chicago, win. priipiiHi.l t inv. i't him intn voting for houae r-lntlnn No. 19. MIhm Qreene secured Vernon'i pmmlw to vote for the suffrage reaolutton He alao aided her by convincing othen He took a liking to the fair suffragette. Miss Green insulted with the lieutenant-governor. Vernon admitted to himself Mint the suffragette had atlrred a strange feel ing wltliin him lie fnrtfol to read his Bancea'a letter Vernon made great pee. Ii I...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 December 1909

H The Garland Globe RRRRE T A. Wixom, H Telephone No 52 RRRRE RRRRE One ncc) . . ft 50 RRRRJ RRRRE RRRH A i fti a- RRRRJ RfHS Entered nn hpchihI-cIiihh matter rVliruary 17, RJJJJJE 1W0, lit the nllee ut Ciirlaml. lltnli. -! RRRH the Act .if Ciiiirp-jh of March 3, 1H7S. RRRE Suli'.i-rilirrs A In In tlli'li RJJJJJH piiii's regular)) , pleaac nutif) this office H T T T--T- -T- T T H No Paper H Next Week. H The Glob feeli that H (bey are entitled ton rest from H weary toil at least one week in Bfl the year, therefore we not H SOhlg to issue a paper for week h ending Jan. 1, lino. The RRRE tinned stories will be connected H ut) in our issue of .Ian. Hth. We RRRJ helieve our subscribers will DC H willing to give us a week's rest B without ragietering a kick. RRJ J9J9 m No Small-pox. RRRJ The ( lobe takes pleasure in H announcing the fact that there RRRJ is not a case of small-pox in tin; H City of (iarland, to date. M J0TJ& RRI We were informed thai the H bunch who were quarantined at...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 December 1909

Cbrutmas Carol , Ox earth Das grown old with its 4 burden of care, f But at Christmas it always Is young, Che heart of the lewel hums lustrous and ralr, Hnd its soul full of music hursts forth on the air, When the song of the angels is sng. It is coming, Old earth, it is con:;:a tonight! On the snow flakes which cower rtf sod Che feet of the Christ-chiid fall gen;!: and white, Jl And fti voice of the Christ-chlld tells out w;th delight ( Chat mankind are the children of M. On the sad and the lonely, the wretched and peor, Che wiccor the Christ-child shallfallj Bnd to every wwd wanderer open the door Of hope that he dared not to dream of before, With a suiisiiine of welcome for all. Che feet of the humblest may walk in the field Where the feet of the fioliest trod, Chis, then, is the marvel to mortals revealed When th? silvery trumpets of Christmas have pealed, ChatmankindarethechiidrenofQod. THE ROAD TO CHRISTMAS In Retrospect Grandfather Pictures Yuletidc Journeys of Many Yenr3 Ago...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 December 1909

H If You Have Forgotten H Or overlooked anything for Christ- H mas, us know your nssds H ones. We can order on day of H rsesipt. Stock largo; price smsll. H SALT LAKE CITY. UTAH, H The Easiest Way. H A - eolorsd nrlislfl H were rendering Of "OthSllO B The seens between the Moor Dss- Asmons had been reached, wherein Othello dsmandi the handkerchief H Which lie has given his wile as a wed lie ins 1 Bui ihr doomed only babbled H Of GSSSiOj llegs H "I as I to' ds second to git mi' H dat H Still the fair one parried the lasus H with talk or Cnsslo, and the lordly H Dthsllo, now thoroughly Inesnasd, bsl H "Woman, fo' do third and Inn' tlmo H I tell you to git me dat imn'kerchlef ! H And as he was just to open H his mouth again, a big, leather-lunged H pntron In the top nailery shouted down H "Fo" do Lawd'a sake, nigger, why J iloan yo' wipe yo' nose on fo' sleeve H an' let do show ko on!" Judge. H Fair Play. H "Mamma." said the little hoy the H day after Christmas, as he lay in bed H and ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 December 1909

J ! The Littlest Boy ! and Santa Claus By I Edwin L Sabin "'"PyriKlii ) V r7",,; MliAT hall clock, ata . tloncd opposite i ho foot of A tho stairs, struck two Krom his bod tho Littlest Hoy llstotiod with a Honso Of awe. Never before had he heard It strike so late nn hour ag Once, Indeed, he had heard It strike . ,,n' Nl usually It had struck eight and when next he was awake H was stHkinK six md morning had come. The Littlest Hoy lay and listened. The house was Impressively still. Tho only sounds audible were the stately tlcklnR of the monitor clock below, and the regular breathlnu oi Hie Hig hest Hoy and the Biggest Girl In the room adjoining. The Littlest Boy's eyes wore wide opou and gazing Into the velvet black ness close above his face. When he had gone to bed it had been Christ mas evo He was not fully certain as to the line of demarkhtlon, but it oc curred to him that now it was Christ mas day! Then he began to blink and think. He wondered If Santa Claus had eome yet. Before t...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 December 1909

H The Garland Globe. B Saturday, December 25th. H Christmas Gift! B Oscar Olsen was an Ogdfln H visitor Wednesday. H The "School Kids" are home H for the holidays, H P. A. Nordquist was a pas- H senger to Ogden Thursday. H Mr. and Goo. F. Bowen left H Thursday for Spanish Fork. H Barber H. F. Miller spent H Sunday in Logan, the capital H of Cache County. H Miss Johanah Peterson and B J. R. Layton went to Salt Lake H Thursday. H Mesdames James and Peter H Jensen made a flying trip to H Tremouton Wednesday. m Wednesday H, Boyd purchas- H edthe house and lot of Geo. HH F. Bowen on Park avenue. HI A. H. Gleason and family H have moved to town, occupying M the resideuco of Leo Clayton. H For Sale A twenty-eight H dollar folding bed. Almost as M good as new. Ayply to F. O. H I laws. ;! fl Master Keith Kennard, the H 5-year old son of Mr. and Mrs. B L. II. Kennard, Jr., is quite ill, H suffering with a severe attack H of progressive paralysis. B For Sale Cheap 10-acre farm, H good house an...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 December 1909

J I The year 19B8 is almost at an end, ami a1 this r v T TT T ry I II 1 tine, w wish to thank our friendi end nations LJ M f j fl I i 1 i j for the rapport they have givwi us the past year Km 1 X 4 j I ami to show our appreciation we have decided t I I an annual sale Careful Buyers I I from I IT ur store 's '" f seasonable merchandise that ' a t JClll. TO JOR I O 3 CAREFUL BUYERS cannot afford to pass up. II I And We are headquarters for I the finest line of H Shoes, Hats, Caps, Hose, Neck- -y - . 1 ; wear, Clothing, Overcoats and in Ol")O0S, f"l OS 1 6 f V I j fact everything in the store at II I Shirts & Dress Goods I I 1 lO FCrGCDt in the Bear River Valley I I I DISCOUNT FOR CASH. r a n f r c I H We have an excellent line of Overcoats for the little ... .... . I H fellows from 4 years and up. Embroideries Laces, Window Cur- I ( This undoubtedly will be the greatest sale that ever tainS and FailCV Work. I U has taken place in Garland. J ' I V I , ... . . ;: Our Stock of Grocer...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 25 December 1909

UTAH-IDAHO J -Cu'OAR COMPAN Y. - l I b Authorized Capitol, $ 1 3.000,000.00 g Wlff 3,1C2,CC7.CC Preferred $3,000,000.00 Common Sjlr ll OFFICERS: II 5 JOSEPH F- SM,TH-President r II cjfj THOMAS R. CUTLER, Vice-President and General Manager "1 II jj3 HORACE G. WHITNEY, Secretary and Treasurer i0L II lg$ DIRECTORS: tjgjp II s K Joseph F. Smith, Thomas R. Cutler, W. S. McComick, pp$ l mffK John C. Cutler, George Romney, John R. Winder, $jCvJk 1 1 VpN Heber J. Grant, John Henry Smith, C. W. Nibley. T3h II Richard W. Young, Attorney. II S FACTORIES: t0r 1 W Wt Garland and Lehi, Utah. ff & II jyj ;ji.:.v T;:, Sugar City, Blackfoot and Nampa, Idaho. fej'X 1 &$& SUB-STATIONS: JtW 1 mr Prove, Springvi'.le and Spanish Fork, Utah. - Parker, Idaho. tsJW WSH GENERAL OFFICES: fjSfll I ,i,ut ' Sliaicn Block, So. Tensple, between Main and West Temple Sts. - V jra? Salt Lake City, Utah. jeft I

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 January 1910

I l)e artawfo lok I H COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I k Vol. 4. No. 48. Published of Gorland, Utah. Saturday, Jan. 8, 1910 ,1 Hf Doings of El Town Boards. K The Old "Rung Out," the B New "Rung ln"-Two W Special Seaalona off M the Out-going Board, W One Regular Meet- W ing of the Incoming v Board i Two special sessions of last P year's Town Hoard have been fei held since the Globe's Xnias f edition and one regular meeting 1, of the New Hoard. The only change in the New Hoard is Somsen and Winters ont, Se erist and Capener in. The 1st special meeting was $ held at Jensen Bros, store F Thursday night, Dee. 80th. I Full board present. A written application from Eph Coombs asking for liquor license to extend through year of 110, read by clerk and re jected by two members. An other application from Bph Coombs requesting license for 1st quarter of 1010, was ap proved on condition that he pay back license on pool tables and comply with amended ordi nances regulating pool table...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 January 1910

B -; y -a B You can save from $1 to $'(0 H very easily In a year. It only de- H pcnds on tho amount of busin'ss H you do with us. Tho quality of ail H our goods is unsurpassed and our H prices aro saving pricss. Complete H lines of everything in jewelry. H urAtt H The Tonopah Vi H A being circulated around H To; - oiii' the B promlm m physicians oil, and H which dl BBVH Ho HBBfl pay days were and Inst BBBfl of coin of iIm' real mbelng paid for ths BSB services, 'only One Hi" lady ine BBVH on table to that no BBS pr i i ;i ; bad the HBSH nlng menl. Btae hastily trenl HBBfl tli" Hired lirl'a bed room, where Ihe servant raa found in bed, atad who sjomplainsd or being 111. Phs doctor HBBfl wiiH summoned and iking an HBBfl examination, asked lbs girl If she really Hick. ThSte WU no n BBBfl to flic iQterrogatioo, except a BBS look or appeal from the patient Tho BBS geJeti'i'Ks left ihi' room ai this J ami i BBSBj "No, 1 am DOt Hick, only (ho lady BBBJ owca me three months' wage anil I BBS...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 January 1910

I MEXICO WILL LEAD REPORT Oi? COALITION FORMING TO RESIST ALLEGED AGGRES SION OF UNITED STATE8. Latin American Fear Establishment of Protectorate Over Central and ( I v South America Which Will Be W Distasteful to Republics. El P.iro, Tex. Mexico Is preparing .1 to head the general South American coalition to resist aggression on the part of the United States and to pre vent too much interference with South and Central American affairs by the Washington government. While this would probably be officially de nied by the Mexican government, It was learned here on Saturday on high authority that the mission of Senor Enrique Creel In Washington was not o much to represent Mexico in the NIcaraguan mixup as to consult with Central and South American repre sentatives in Washington with a view to concerted action for the establish ment of a Monroe doctrine of their own, alined against the United States. That Mexico, in common with all Latin America, is alarmed over all the tone of nggresslo...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 January 1910

H The Garland Globe H INDKI'KNDKNT. H 1 A. VVixiim, . Kdftor nml Mmi.t. 1 Telephone No 52 H TKItMs B V-lir(lll llflvnllff) .... ,..tiso HHHJ six iniiiiiliN . . .7fi H . . K Advertising fa ni la had on up- BHHHM Entered na mi'CoiiiI-i-Ihxh mtii l i February 17, BBBj 190S, lit tin- pout onV nt Garland. Utah, under B tho Act of ConirnwH of March 8, 1H79. H Siili.( riliiTM wlm Tail to receive their HHHJ papers ri'nliirly, plfaaa nntlfv thte office BaaaaaaBB k................ . m To Our Subscribers. 1 An interesting continued story H befall in our next issue entitled H "How h Salt Lake Piano Co. H Swindled an Kilitoi-8 Wife." It H will he very interesting nnd may H open your eyes to the fact that H some firms are unreliahle. Head H The Lelii Banner issued a M very creditahle "High School" M edition Dec. 'i.'trd. B-aaj uaw-jBF H Asking Too Much. H The mother of little six-year- H old Mary had told her a number H of times not to hitch her sled to H passing sleighs, feeling that it H was a ...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 January 1910

SUNDAY SEKVICES. The regular monthly fast day I services were held at the hall last Sunday. Bp. A. R. Cape nor presided. Singing "Glory to God On High." Prayer by Ludvig Larson. Singing "How Firm a Foundation." Sacra ment administered by Elders Felix I). Baird and Charles Wood. The following were ae e.epted M members of the ward: i 4 Emily Jane Jardine, Margret Harned, Emma Coombs and Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Elmer Howell and son Elmer. Miss Melba Coombs was confirmed a member of the chnreh and one baby was blessed. The speak ers were Bp. A. R, Capener, Ludvig Larson, Mrs. Lillywhite, T. E. Secrist, Felix I). Baird, Lucy A. Clark and Eva C. Wil cox. Singing "For the Strength of the Hills We Bless Thee." Benediction by Lewis Lilly white. Memorial services w ere held at the Garland hall Sunday, Dec. 27th. The songs were selections appropriate to the occasion and the following speakers devoted their remarks to the life of Joseph Smith: Elder Robert Wallace, J. C. Wixom, W. H. Clayton, Joseph...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 January 1910

H The Garland Globe H J. A. Wixotn, Kdltor & Manager. H gARLAND - H UTAH STATE NEWS H About 2. one unfortunates were fad H hj the Salvation army In Salt lu.kc H City- nn H The committee o the H Cache Valley Poultry association has H decided to hold another poultry snow M here about February 15. H Right thousand dollars Is to be H a pent on Halt I k county's jail, 100 B new rails being Installed for the ae- H ootrimodatlon ol law-breakers. H Because he used "freeztne" to H freshen hamburger steak last August, H A. Beckstend was fined $r0 In police B court at Ogdeu a few days Hgo. H Meetings of sheepmen will B in Paro wan, Cedar City, Pi aver and m other points In southern Utah at B which experts will deliver addresses H on diseases affecting sheep. M Dert llnnce, arrested In Salt Lake B fit y cm Monday celebrated H it is chained. trying to VH wife, Anna throwing a stove shaker aa A gasoline car Is now In operation at Tooele, wliii li meets all tin1 HBVBVM on the Los Angeles toad,...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 January 1910

I lMIMTEf hjp Brand Whitlock, 4fi COPYRIGHT I-.07 BT ecOiJ-ffrkLL CAgt 'fflllffl rVfll SYNOPSIS. Senator Morley Vernon's visit wltli his nances wu inti rrupti t by i all from nia pdlltieal boss at Ibo state capital. 1i tli !!(. r, tied It. t. K(rl mora thnn In-, bociiuta the had arranged to ntn-nd a l,l, r Inal evening uhii him. Sin Mid she yearned tor h national office tor him. On Vertior'a desk In the senate 1m foujil a red rose, accompanied by n plea for auiTr.njr for women. He met the au thoress, pretty Ml.su Maria (freena of Chicago, win. propositi t,, convert him into voting for house resolution No. 18. MIr.s Qraenc secured Vernon's promise to vote for tin' suffrage reaolutlon. He also aldi'ii bar by convincing othen Ha took a liking to the fair suffragette. Miss ; Graana consulted with the lleutenant-gov- arnor. Vernon admitted to himself that the suffragette had stirred n Strange feel ing within him. He forgo) to read his tlunrce'n latter. Vernon made n great speech In favor...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 8 January 1910

H The Garland Globe. H Saturday, January 8, 1910. R A "Happy New Year"-if it H isn't too late. H Mrs. Celia M. Grover in on H the sick list. H Mosiah Evans was an Ogden H visitor Thursday. H Merchant B. F. Boothe came H back from Brigham Tuesday. H J. Y. Rich returned Monday H from a business trip to Salt H Lake. H P. A. Nordquist and 0. E. H Wilson come back from Ogden H Monday night. H Joseph Baird of Brigham, H brother of Felix D. Baird, spent H Monday in Garland. H Albert Hales, who has had a H severe attack of lumbago, is H able to be around again. M Miss Floyd Mantlo of Field- H ing has accepted a position with H the Henrie Millinery Co. H A fine daughter came to the H home of Mr. and Mrs. John H Devey New Year's night. H The Misses Hazel Wight and H Mabel Miller returned from a H visit to Brigham Monday night. B Mr. and Mrs. F. O. Haws H moved into their fine new dwell- H ing on Factory street last week. H v W. L. Grover was a passenger H to the state capital Monday H afterno...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 January 1910

f ije (Social lok I t COVERS THE BEAR RIVER VALLEY LIKE A BLANKET I ' -" " , ' fl I! Vol. 4. No. 49. Published at liarloncl, Utah. Saturday Jn. IB, 1910 . 1 I Electric Lights I J For Fielding. Famous Fielding Feel ing Frisky Following Franchise For Fut ure Flashlights. The Rear River Light & Power Co. has made all necessary ar rangements to extend its electric light system to the hustling burg Of Fielding on the north. All the material is now on the grounds with the exception of the wire for wiring the houses. Just as soon as weather condi tions will permit, s force of line men will begin the work of erect ing the lines in that city. , ( The lines, according to plans, will take in the main portion of the town thus giving most every body an opportunity of securing lights and power. Congratulations to Fielding , t and three cheers for R. R. Light ' & Power Co. ; .' , v f Bazar a Go. The Rig Relief Society Bazar is a go. Look out for further announcements. Before Justice Smith....

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 January 1910

I The Garland Globe J. A. VVlxom, Killtor & Manager. ARLAND UTAH UTAH STATE NEWS Wlllard Hanson, Mate dairy .mil food oonmlMtontr, is now out after merchants wlio have mislabeled goods on their shelves. Tilt' news (Millies faOU Denver that Mrs B. f A. Fleming, a former resi dent of Salt Lake City, was struck by a street car and killed. May 1 is now set as the probable dale when lie- new building of the Salt lake Commercial club will be completed and ready for the forma; opening. Fire which Is supposed to haV or iginated from an overheated stove. completely destroyed the rooming and hoarding toUW of Charles McAvoy at Park City. I'lre iiraellcally destroyed the room ing house belonging lo William Oman mid Henry Roddei a: Bingham. An overheated stove is blamed for th conflagration. J. L Maher, a eonduelor employed on the Southern Pacific, fell from the top of his train in the Ogden yard and received compound fracture oi his right leg. A party of Nemaha county. Nebras ka, capitalist...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 January 1910

DOCTORS FAILED. RESTORED BY PERUNV Catarrh of the Lungs Threatened Her Life. Miss Nlnctto Porter, Brain tree, Ver mont, writes: "I havo been cured by Peruna. "I had several hemorrhages of he lungs. The doctors did not help me much and would never have cured me. "1 saw a testimonial In a Peruna "; almanac of a case similar to mine, and I commenced using it. "I war not alle to wait on myself when I began using It. I gained very lowly at first, but I could see that It m Was helping me. "After I had taken It a while I com menced to raise up a stringy, sticky uhatance from my lungs. This grew less and ! in quantity as I continued tho treatment. "I grew more fleshy than I had bee-a for a long time, and now I call m v a-vl well." LOVE AND MONEY. They say "love makes the world go round," And may It never cease; Quite true, but please then don't forget. Money's the axle grease. Deafness Cannot Be Cured by local applications, u tin v cannot reach the dis eased portion of the ear. There la onl...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Utah, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garland globe. — 15 January 1910

The Garland Globe INOKI'KNDKNT. ! a. Wixom, . Rdhor Md MagTi Telephone No 52 TKKMH Iff SI IIH( KIITHiN: One cnr (In ikIvjiiiit) ... . UN Six month 75 TIlHT IIIOIIlllS M Advertising rates ritratslicd i pi tout Ion. Rntcml iik wconil-clartii mattrr Icliruary 17, 1909. at thr imihI nifli-e lit Ciii'IhuiI. Hi;.!,, under the Act of ConvrrH of March :i. 1 7:i. Suli irlbciH . I c I til in inilvi' their pnp'i nftilsrlj , lensc notify t ii i nil -c- re-' v HAVE REASON TO REJOICE. No Cause for Complaint The residence of the Hear River Valley area blessed peo ple ami have every reason to lie thankful for the many blessings thoy are enjoying. The past year has been a prosperous one and present indications predict 1!H0 to be a banner year. The majority of the residents of this prosperous valley own their homes and farms and the few who are in debt for the property they partly possess, are living well and meeting their regular payments. Idle men are scarce and everybody seems to be in a bustling,...

Publication Title: Garland Globe, The
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